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Chicago Established 1D75
WILL NAME TWENTV
The voters of tlio Itopubllcan and
Democratic parties will choso ward
committeemen (or the ensuing two
years at the primary April 13.
Ono of tho duties of the men to bo
chosen at that tlmo will bo tho nomi
nating of twenty candidates for Judges
of the Circuit Court and ono candi
dates for Judge of tho Superior Court.
Tho list of Republican candidates is
I'lrst Ward Francis V. Brady, W.
Second Kd ward II. Wright, War
ren B. Douglas.
Third Hobert It. Levy, William A.
Dither, C. Arch Williams.
Fourth Arthur W. Sullivan, Dart J.
Evans, Thomas J. I'Inucano.
Fifth Henry L. Langosch, Law
renco F. King.
Sixth Roy O. West, llobort J. Mc
Laughlin, Willis 0. Nance.
Soventh Charles N. Goodnow, A.
C: Metzger, G. W. Porter.
Eighth P. II. Moynlhan, Harry
Ninth Waller G. Davis, A. Bylstrn,
E. E. Ertsman.
Tenth Thomas Curran, Goorgo J.
Eleventh Charles ' V. Barrett, Lo
Twelfth August W. Mlllor, W. G.
Bock, A. W. Kalfas.
Thirteenth David W. Clark.
Fourteenth William II. Dollenbaclc,'
A. X. Todd.
Fifteenth Paul II. WlCdel, James
Sixteenth Joseph P. Klnsella, Dan
iel D. Coffey.
Soventeoth Lowls D. Silts, Fred.
Eighteenth James A. Fleming, Ho
mer K. Galpln, C. F. Melnhnrd.
Nineteenth Christopher Mamor, G.
Twentieth Morris Ellor.
Tvventy-llrst James F. Burns,
Charles E. Peace, E. It. Lttzlngor, J.
Twenty-second Alfred J. Schroo
tor, Titus Haffo, C. G. Kempff, Ed
ward J. Halvka.
Twenty-third Edward J. Brundago,
Eugono II. Dupeo.
Twenty-fourth Leonard A. Drun-
dage, Arthur A. Iluhnko.
Twonty-nfth Charles It. Francis,
Charles W. Peters, Gcorgo K.
Twenty-sixth John C. Cannon, Wil
liam IV. Wesbey, E. J. Hoino.
Twenty-seventh Thomas T. Quln
Ian, Leroy Mllner, W. C. Eggors.
Twenty-eighth Joseph F. Haas,
Thomas F. Byrne.
Twenty-ninth Ernest Wlthall, Leon
nrd G. Reld.
Thirtieth Thomas J. Ileal), James
Thlrty-tlrst William II. Bold.
Thirty-second Julius A. Johnson,
Thirty-third Georgo Hltzinan, John
Thirty-fourth Charles Vnvrik, S. P.
Roderick, Frank Simpson, Honry
Schmidt, J. W. Schulman, P. W. Roth
onborg. Thirty-fifth C. J. Peters, Arthur A.
Whitney. Dory! B. Collins.
Tho democratic candidates for ward
First Ward Michael Kenna.
Second William J. Graham.
Third Thomas D. Nash.
Fourth John F. Bolton, Walter J.
Fifth Patrick J. Carr, Albert Bin
ger, Fred Dahl, Rudolph Blavka, Sam
w Burt, Nicholas Thul.
Sixth John P. Gibbons, A. F. Colo
mon. Soventh James M. Whalen, Charles
Bennett, Charles Brust, Josoph Lamb.
Eighth John M. Mack.
Ninth John J. Leonard.
Tenth Joseph A. Mendel, Anton
Eloventh A. J. Snbath.
Twelfth Anton J. Cermak, Otto
Thirteenth Martin J. O'Brien.
Fourteenth Patrick A. Nash.
Fifteenth Thomas P. Keano.
Sixteenth Stonloy II. Kunz, Frank
Seventeenth Joseph Ruskiowlcz,
Eighteenth - - Bernard J. Grogan,
riaroni Potter, J P. Pompel, Charlos
Johnson ,forgo Lyons, Robert Farmer
Hardware and Tools
tiats and Caps
Incubators and Brooders
Jewelry and Slhcnvaro
Nets and Seines
Pipes and Smokers' Articles
Shirts, Collars ami Cuffs
Tents and Awnings
Trunks and Suit Cases
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Nlnoteonth John Powers, Jeremiah
Twentieth Dennis J. Egan.
Twenty-first John F. O'Mnlloy.
Twenty-second Rudolph L. Schapp.
Twenty-third Joseph L. Gill.
Twonty-fourth Frank F. Boeder.
Twenty-fifth Harry It. Gibbons.
Twenty-sixth Henry A. Zender.
Twcnty-sovcnth Noll Murloy.
Twenty-eighth Clayton F. Smith.
Twonty-nlnth Einmott Whoalan.
Thirtieth Joseph M. Fitzgerald.
Thirty-first Michael K. Sheridan.
Thirty-second Frnnk J. Walsh, Ed.
Shcohy, J. J. Sullivan, W. T. McMahon,
Thomas J. O'Neill, J. J. Callahan, W.
J. Cummlngs, J. Kennedy, James Ilof
fcrnun. Thirty-third Timothy J. Clowo.
Thirty-fourth Josoph O. Kostncr.
Thirty-fifth William P. Fconey,
James T. Igoo.
E. A. Wangorsholm, Prosldont of
tho Gcnoral Lighting Fixturo Co.,
with offices nt 2S West Lako stroot, is
ono of tho most popular business men
In Chicago. Ho is a booster and is
always interested in ovory move
ment to bettor tho city.
Claronca S. Piggott standi high at
tho Bar and Is respoctod by tho peo
ple. He will bo a Judge some day and
in tho near future at that.
Dixon C. Williams, tho woll known
.manufacturer, deserves well at the
hands of tho Democratic party. Ho i
a porn leador.
William II. Wcsboy, tho city collec
tor, is ono of tho most popular of
Mayor Thompson's cablnot. Ho gives
satisfaction to tho public and is tho
right man In tho right placo.
William II. Wcsboy is making a
good record us city collector. Tho
thousands of people who do buslnoss
with his olllco nil pralso tho up-to-dato
mothods introduced by him and which
add to tho popularity of Mayor
Charlos Krutckoff is one of the
most popular members ot the Board
of Aosossors. Ho always looks after
tho poople ' interests.
Twenty-third Ward Walter P.
Stoffon. Finishing third year In coun
cil with excellent record; man of
great industry and onorgy. Aid. Stof
fon is ono of tho strougost factors for
aggressive honesty in tho council and
his Influenco has been wholly for good.
Francis J. Houlihan, able and popu
lar attornoy, with offices in tho Con
tinental & Commercial Bank building,
is often mentioned for Judgo.
William G. Keith, commissioner of
tho Bureau ot Gas and Electricity, is
a popular and painstaking public of
ficial and tho good record ho is mak
ing Is pleasing tho citlzons of Chicago.
Ho is a practical electrician and tho
people are all with him in his success
ful efforts to lmprovo tho ofllcloncy of
tho Important department ho is at tho
Mayor Thompson should bo given
a chance to flro a lot ot doadwood
among tho city hall clerks. Soma of
thorn thinking thomsolves safe under
the civil service law, are impudent,
Insubordinate and useless.
Edward W. Everett, tho well known
Chicago lawyer, Is frequency men
tioned for Judicial honors, although
ho has never indicated any desire to
seok a position on tho bench. Ho is
vory popular with nil who know him
and his connections, professional and
otherwise, aro all ot that high clasB
which instills respoct and confldonce.
Alderman Walter P. Steffen of the
Twenty-third ward, is making a good
record in tho City Council. He is one
of tho coming sues ct Chicago and the
people are pleased with htm.
William II. Wcsboy, the popular
city colloctor, is strongly urged by
Republican leaders for ward .commit
teeman in the Twenty-sixth ward.
William R. Fetzor, tho popular
Seventh Ward alderman, is in line
I for higher honors.
Popular Mayor Fighting
Goorgo W. Paullln, tho well known
furrier and Dralnago Board Trustee,
Is being talked of for dologato to tho
National Republican convention from
tho Tenth District.
Circuit Court Clork August W. Mil
ler was unanimously indorsed for Re
publican wnrd committeeman from
tho Twelfth ward by tho rogular ward
organization. It is probablo that ho
will bo unopposed.
Chicago needs a now postoillco
building and needs It badly right
Tho now building should bo located
in the center of tho great West Sldo
wlicro car lines uro direct routes to
north and south, east and west dis
tricts of tho city.
A. J. Kownlskl, cashier of tho big
Nortli-Wcslorn Trust and Snvipgs
bank is frequently mentioned for
state treasurer of Illinois. Ho is vory
popular and would bo elected if ho
permitted tho uso of his nnmc. Mr.
Kowalski Is a Democrat and n leading
member of tho Iroquois club.
U. S. Marshal John J. Bradley is
tho right maa fe tho right place.
Tho Mechanics St Traders State
Bank lo. making a splondld record nnd
is gaining now customers and deposi
tors every day. It has an Ideal lo
cation in tho heart of tho groat west
side at tho corner of Washington and
Albert J. Hopkins, tho popular for
mer United Statos Sonator, Is looked
.upon by thousands of Illinois Repub
licans as tho logical man to nomlnato
Jamoa Agar ot tho woll known John
Agar Packing Company would inako
a splondld stato treasurer ot Illinois.
Ho Is a buslnoss man of high char
acter and a political loader ot force
District Attornoy Clyne Is making
I a good rocord.
Emniott Whoalan is making a splen
did rocord as a mornbor ot tho County
Board ot Commissioners. Ho is a
veteran Chicago printer who stands
high with everybody in tho trade and
as a public official is winning friends
The leaarog members or every so
ciety and club in Chicago read The
S. P. Messlnger has done much for
Chicago in furnishing tho people with
a flno lot ot first-class rostaurants.
Clean out tho barnaclos, Mayor
Thompson, and breath easier in the
II. II. Morrlck is ono of tho loaders
in tho civic llfo of Chicago. As presi
dent of tho Association of Commorco
ho has dono groat work for tho city,
its present and futuro. Mr. Morrlck
is prosldont of tho Groat Lakes Trust
Company, Chicago's now big bank,
which Btatied In with a capital ot
$3,000,000, and a surplus ot $600,000.
All ot tho stock was oversubscribed
Tho Municipal Votora' League in its
rovlow of tho city councU this year
John T. Murray, ttu wen known and
popular lawyer, would make a good
John Powers nas always served tb
people well as alderman from tht
Harry M. Grut, cashier of tho Mor
cantllo Trust & Savings Bank, at
Jackson boulevard and Clinton streets,
is ono of tho rising young men ot
Chicago. Boforo accepting bis present
responsible position, Mr. Grut was con
nected with tho Continental & Com
mercial National Bank. Ho is ro
spoctcd by tho business community
and by all with whom ho has come in
for 5-Cent Fare.
Walter II. Wilson, 2C19 Prairie avo
Levy Mayer, Blackstono hotol.
John J. Gorman, 1C33 Jackson boule
Michael F. Sullivan, 1611 W. Jack
Edward II. Morris, 8757 Vernon
Archibald J. Caroy, 3428 Vernon
John E. Traeger, 921 W. 64th place.
Gcorgo P. Latchtord, 4532 Emerald
Morton D. Hull, 4855 Woodlawn
Abel Davis, 5125 Ellis avonue.
Gcorgo A. Dupuy, 4526 N. Paulina
Itufus C. Dawes, 1800 Sheridan road,
Frederic It. DoYoung, 60 E. 155th
Amos C. Millor, 241 Molroso avenuo,
David E. Sbanaban, 3315 S. .Western
Charlos J. Mlchal, 2410 S. Kodzlo
William II. Crudon, 10204 Wallace
Porcival G. Baldwin, 2017 W. 70th
Douglas Sutherland, 6568 Minerva
Oscar Wolff, 10611 Avonuo H.
Ernst Kuno, 2025 S. Halsted street
S. E. Plncus, 836 W. 14th street.
Thomas F. Frolo, 1140 W. Taylor
Michaol Iarussl, 761 W. Taylor
Martin J. O'Brein, 3845 Flournoy
Michol Rosonborg, 1250 Independ
Georgo F. Lohman, 606 N. Long
Charles S. Cutting, 307 N. Waller
William Ganschow, 2156 Pierce avo
nuo. Charles Woodward, 225 S. Scovlllo
avonuo, Oak Park.
Willard M. McEwon, 3633 N. Spring
M. A, Mlchaelson, 3018 Palmer
Ernst D. Potts, 21 N. Ashland bou
levard. Edward J. Corcoran, 323 S. Peoria
Aloxander II. Rovell, 842 N. Mich!
Charles II. Hamill, 199 Lake Shore
Eugeno II, Dupeo, 534 Aldlne ave
nue. William II. Beckman, 2461 Orchard
Committee to Tackle Industrial
SEVERAL IDEAS ARE OFFERED
Chairman Sneed Anxious to Probe
Suggestions; Governor Allen of
Kansas Invited to Speak on """
Operation of Law.
Springfield. The problem of creat
ing nn liiilimtrhil court for Illinois to
tuku enr of disputes between capital
mid labor nnd prevent strikes nnd
lockouts will be tackled- this week
by tht Industrial affairs 0011111111100 of
the constitutional convention.
Several prnplnN on tho subject
nnvo l)coii submitted nnd Clialrninn
William J. Sliced Im anxious to get his
committee himy on them. Kansas t
the only state that has established nn
Industrial court, and he has nskrd Gov
ernor Allen to address tho committee
011 the results of the experiment in the
Mr. Sliced, who comes from Ilerrln
and Is district president of 11 mine
union, says the Illinois coal minors are
opposed to the establishment In this
stnto of 11 court such 11s Kansas hn,
but would not object to ono that did
not abridge wlint they feel to be their
Tho proposals submitted to tlm con
vention vary widely. Some would sim
ply nuthorlzo the legislature to give
tho sate an Industrial court, while
others go Into detail as to how tho
court Is to be niado up nnd Is to func
tion. A plan submitted by Leo Mlglioll of
Aurora Is modeled to some extent after
the Kansas Idea nnd Is expected to re
ceive n good deal of attention.
"Tho general assembly shall cre
ate nn Industrial court," It reads,
"which shall have Jurisdiction to hear
nnd decide nil controversies Involv
ing the rights of employers, employees
r tho public In relation to production,
transportation, distribution or sale of
the necessaries of life, or In relation
to tho sorvlco rendered by public util
ities. "This court shall huvo authority,
when it deems it in the Interest of
Justice, to temporarily take over and
opernto any necessary Industry or pub
lic utility, and shall nt lis discretion
prohibit strikes of public employees
or nny strikes that Interrupt n neces
sary public service or deprives tho pub
lic of fuel, food, or other necessary
Tills court would ho mndo up of nine
Judges. Their wilurlcs and the date
of their election would bo left to the
legislature. Terms of ofllco would be
for 12 years. The conclusions ot the
courts ns to the facts of any case
brought before It would bo flnnl. Tho
supremo court might review" Its cases
to determine whether the Industrial
court had exceeded Its authority.
"The right of 11 A tho pcoplo to the
continuous and uninterrupted supply
of food, fuel and transportation Is a
primary right," Is the opening section
of a propositi by George A. Dupuy of
"Such right shall not at any tlmo be
obstructed or Interfered with by the
concerted action of any two or more
"Tho right of nil tho people to tho
continued nnd uninterrupted onorntfcm
of nil agencies of government Is like
wise n primary and absolute right; no
person In tho service of tho stnto or
of nny municipality, or other subdivi
sion, or agency of the stnto, shall en
gago in nny strike or concerted cessa
tion of sucli service."
Mr. Dupuy would require tho legls
laturo to create the tribunal necessary
to carry out the provisions of ids
With a view of Ironing out tho dif
ferences between Chicago nnd tho
downstuto on homo rulo of utilities,
Delegate Oscar Cnrlstrom of Aledo
will offer a new proposal to tho com
mittee on municipalities of tho con
stitutional convent Inn this week. Tho
proposal will be given consideration
by the committee before April 1, which
will be Held dny for homo rulers In the
The propoMil which Is to bo offered
by Mr. Cnrlstroiu will provldo for home
rule for till municipalities, which will
be broad enough, in tho Judgment of
Its author, lo satisfy Chicago. It will
contain n self-operntlvo chnrter provi
sion, granting to each municipality tho
right of (barter convention to nssumo
tho prlvllego of homo rule nnd prevent
ing the legislature from Interfering
with Hint right In any manner. It
gives tho general assembly supervision
of rovenuo matters, with limited pow
ers of taxation to cities.
For Uniform Taxation.
Delegato Mack has Introduced a rev
enue net which requires that the gen
eral assembly Mmll provldo for tho tax
ation of all tanglblo property, renl and
personal, by levying a tax by valua
tion, so Hint overy person and corpora
tion shall be taxed uniformly In pro
portion to tho vnluo of his, her or Its
tanglblo property and that such vnluo
bhiill bo ascertained by some person or
persons to bo elected hi such manner
ns tho genera! assembly may direct.
Tho proposition has beeiid'oferred to n
committee for consideration.
Chlot Mooney of tho city detective
bureau, Is ono of tho ablest police
officials in the United States.
Charles Molitor, a recognized leader
In the machinery trade, is one of Chi
cago's leading and most reliable busi
ness men. His name is honored
wherever he Is known.
Colonel August W. Miller, popular
clerk ot the Circuit Court 1b making a
splendid public record,
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Republican Ward Committeeman
ELECTION APRIL 13, 1920
Alderman 21st Ward
ELECTION APRIL 6, 1920
Republican Ward Committeeman
21st Ward ,
ELECTION APRIL 13, 1920
James J. McComb
" 3327 Potomac Avenue
of the 15th Ward .,
Election, April 13th, 1920
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